Sunday, August 9, 2020

News

CITY

Masks to now be required in all outdoor, public areas in Downtown EL

The new requirement does not apply to individuals who are younger than five years old; those who cannot medically tolerate a mask; those who are eating or drinking while seated at a table/food service establishment; those who are exercising, when wearing a face covering would interfere in the activity; or those who are at a polling location for purposes of voting in an election, according to the release. 

CAMPUS

'We need to start normalizing standing up for each other': Women of color at MSU share experiences of racism

“We need to start normalizing standing up for each other,” communication junior Alondra Alvarez said. “I feel like the word ‘ally’ is used a lot but an ally ... is someone who stands up for each other no matter who's in the room. ... I'm not only going to stand up for you and your community when you're around. I'm going to stand up even when you're never around. And that's something that I feel like we all need to start doing.”